Taxes drive Ryanair from Denmark

Routes cut following double whammy from the taxman

Ryanair has slashed its routes to Denmark for the upcoming winter season. The Irish-based low-cost airline has dropped the number down from 23 to only five nationwide.

The biggest loser is Billund Airport in Jutland, which has seen 14 of its 18 weekly flights cut by the airline.

The reason behind the cuts is said to be a double tax that could be levied against airline employees from January 1 next year.

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